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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I'm in! I lost 10kgs towards the end of last year but i could still benefit from losing another 20kgs .
    How did you do it? . That's about how much I would like to lose, I'd love some tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamyMummy View Post
    How did you do it? . That's about how much I would like to lose, I'd love some tips.
    I cut dairy out of my diet and lost about 5kgs from that then i dabbled a bit with 5:2. Trying to get back on board with it now for more weight loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I cut dairy out of my diet and lost about 5kgs from that then i dabbled a bit with 5:2. Trying to get back on board with it now for more weight loss.
    I might try and reduce my dairy intake, I don't think my stomach is a fan of it, I may be wrong but are you a vegetarian?, I am seriously considering it, I rarely seem to eat it these days and find myself often going with a vegetarian alternative because I feel better physically not eating meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MordecaiAliVanAllenO'Shea View Post
    I'm in...I have 6-8kg to go and am finding this last bit very hard to move. I already exercise a lot so my body is used to it and everything I did is barely working. I'm finding it hard to accept a much slower rate of loss now I'm fitter and close to my goal. I think I need to actually increase my food a little and make it more regular but cut out the treats - I often under eat and then feel justified in having a treat so my metabolism is screwed even though overall calories are ok. I guess at this point to keep losing it's all in the details. Anyway I need some support to not feel disheartened at how slowly it's coming off now (500gm loss over the last 3 weeks)
    Hi, when this happened to me, I treated my body like a kid. Mixed it up made it not know what was going to happen next. the 3weeks should be over now and your body if you are giving it fuel should start to kick in. Are you doing any interval training, once you shock the body I then lost 2kg the week after fingers crossed for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamyMummy View Post
    I might try and reduce my dairy intake, I don't think my stomach is a fan of it, I may be wrong but are you a vegetarian?, I am seriously considering it, I rarely seem to eat it these days and find myself often going with a vegetarian alternative because I feel better physically not eating meat.
    Yep. . Meat and dairy is not good for us no matter what way you look at it. I try to follow a high carb low fat vegan diet as much as possible.

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    Default the "Bring Sexy Back" inspired weightloss and healthy living thread

    I'm off to Woolworths to do a grocery shop, does anyone have any suggestions for healthy food items or snack ideas? Anything you regularly get or have just discovered.

    I did a 45 minute walk this morning to try make up for a shocking eating day yesterday, hopefully will do another one this afternoon.

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    I had friends over for dinner last night - so that never ends up healthy.

    Still - no chocolate or snacky type things that are my usual downfall, so that is good.

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    as for healthy snacks - I find a fruit smoothie always fills me up and knocks off that 'sweet craving'

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    Just went for a 2hour walk with my bub.

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    I'm in! I've lost my pregnancy weight (only 5kgs) and 7kgs from my pre pregnancy weight, however I'm still really overweight. 93.4kgs as of this morning. I find even the tiniest treat packs in weight. Damn pcos lol.


 

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